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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

SP120p-300 Syringe Pump


Dual Syringe Pump for Simultaneous
Infusion and Withdrawal

Serial No._____________________

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SP120p-300 Syringe Pump

CONTENTS
ABOUT THIS MANUAL.................................................................................................................... 1
INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................... 1
Features....................................................................................................................................... 1
Notes and Warnings.................................................................................................................. 2
Unpacking.................................................................................................................................... 2
INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION......................................................................................................... 3
Keypad Functions....................................................................................................................... 3
Display.......................................................................................................................................... 3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.......................................................................................................... 3
Power Switch............................................................................................................................... 3
Main Menu................................................................................................................................... 3
Syringe Diameter Entry............................................................................................................. 4
Volume Entry............................................................................................................................... 4
Flow Rate Entry........................................................................................................................... 4
Starting the Pump...................................................................................................................... 5
Power Failure Mode.................................................................................................................. 5
Change or Review Volume Setting While Running............................................................ 5
Change or Review Rate Setting While Running.................................................................. 6
Fast Forward............................................................................................................................... 6
Loading the Syringe................................................................................................................... 6
NV RAM Failure........................................................................................................................... 7
Power Selection.......................................................................................................................... 7
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................ 7
Disposal........................................................................................................................................ 7
APPENDIX A: REFERENCE TABLES............................................................................................... 8
Table 1: Syringe Diameters...................................................................................................... 8
Table 2: Standard Minimum & Maximum Flow Rates....................................................... 9
SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................................... 9
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY...............................................................................................10
WARRANTY......................................................................................................................................11
Claims and Returns.................................................................................................................11
Repairs........................................................................................................................................11

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ABOUT THIS MANUAL


The following symbols are used in this guide:

This symbol indicates a CAUTION. Cautions warn against actions that can cause
damage to equipment. Please read these carefully.
This symbol indicates a WARNING. Warnings alert you to actions that can cause
personal injury or pose a physical threat. Please read these carefully.
NOTES and TIPS contain helpful information.

INTRODUCTION
This manual applies to infusion pump, model SP120p. Operation of the pump
is simplified by using a keypad to select features from a menu displayed on an
alphanumeric LCD. All control functions are performed automatically by the pump
microcontroller and are based on linear motion of the pusher block, associated with
the syringe size (diameter) to deliver a known volume. After entering the syringe
diameter, either directly or from a table in memory, all calibration and control
functions are performed by the pump automatically.

Features
The SP120p is an accurate syringe infusion pump designed to hold glass or plastic
syringes, of any make, from 10μL to 60mL.
Pump setup and operation is extremely simple. A menu, displayed on an
alphanumeric LCD “prompts” you to make the necessary selections using the keypad
for choice of features and numerical entries.
The internal diameter of the syringe is used by the control program to calibrate
the pump and deliver the volume and flow rate selected. For simplicity, the syringe
diameter is also used to set automatically the volume and flow rate units.
The syringe diameter can be entered directly or the syringe can be identified from
a table of syringes held in memory. When the syringe is selected from the table the
diameter is entered automatically.
Two dispense modes are available:
• dispense volume mode in which the pump keeps track of the volume
dispensed and automatically stops the pump when a set target volume is
reached.
• run mode where the pump runs at the set flow rate until manually stopped.
In the event of a power interruption during operation, the pump can be
programmed to either resume operation or remain stopped when power is restored.
For convenience, all pump settings are stored in non-volatile memory to minimize
the number of setting changes required.

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Notes and Warnings
CAUTION: Ground the Product – This product is grounded through the
grounding conductor of the power cord. To avoid electric shock, use only
approved line cord with the product and insure it is connected to earth
ground.

CAUTION: Make Proper Connections – Make sure all connections are made
properly and securely.

CAUTION: Orient Equipment Properly – Do not position the equipment


such that it is difficult to reach the disconnecting device.

CAUTION: Avoid Exposed Circuitry – Do not touch any electronic circuitry


inside of the product.

CAUTION: Do Not Operate with Suspected Failures – If damage is


suspected on or to the product, do not operate the product. Contact qualified
service personnel to perform inspection.

CAUTION: Avoid Pinch Hazard – A pinch hazard may exist between the
Pusher Block and End Blocks. Avoid placing fingers between these points while
the pump is running.

CAUTION: Observe all Warning Labels on Product – Read all labels on


product to ensure proper usage.

NOTE: This pump is not registered with the FDA and is not for clinical use on human
or veterinary patients. It is intended for research use only.
Unpacking
Upon receipt of this instrument, make a thorough inspection of the contents and
check for possible damage. Missing cartons or obvious damage to cartons should be
noted on the delivery receipt before signing. Concealed damage should be reported
at once to the carrier and an inspection requested. Please read the section entitled
“Claims and Returns” on page 11 of this manual. Please contact WPI Customer
Service if any parts are missing at 941-371-1003 or customerservice@wpiinc.com.
Returns: Do not return any goods to WPI without obtaining prior approval (RMA
# required) and instructions from WPI’s Returns Department. Goods returned
(unauthorized) by collect freight may be refused. If a return shipment is necessary,
use the original container, if possible. If the original container is not available, use a
suitable substitute that is rigid and of adequate size. Wrap the instrument in paper or
plastic surrounded with at least 100mm (four inches) of shock absorbing material. For
further details, please read the section entitled “Claims and Returns” on page 11 of
this manual.

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INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION
Keypad Functions
This key has two functions:
• Moves the display to the left.
• Causes the numerical entry to decrease. To change the displayed number
by a single unit press and release the key quickly. If the key is pressed longer,
the number changes with increasing speed.
This key has two functions.
• Moves the display to the right.
• Causes the numerical entry to increase. To change the displayed number by
a single unit press and release the key quickly. If the key is pressed longer,
the number changes with increasing speed.
select This key has three functions:
• Return to main menu when pressed repeatedly.
• Selects the pulsing or “highlighted” feature of the main menu display.
• Enter numerical values.
run/stop This key has two functions:
• Turns the motor on and off.
• Acts as a “pause” during a dispense.

Display
After the pump is programmed, an arrow on the right side of the display indicates the
direction of operation. This arrow pulses when the pump is running.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Power Switch
The power switch is located at the right, rear corner of the pump. When the power
is turned on the LCD will display the Volume or Rate setting. Press the select key to
return to the main menu.

Main Menu
Pressing select repeatedly will always return the display to the main menu. The main
menu consists of five variables, three of which are displayed at all times. The center
variable pulses to indicate that this option can be reviewed or changed. The menu
acts as a continuous loop and the arrow keys are used to move around the
loop. The variable to be changed can be selected with the select key.

dia table rate vol pwr up


direct entry syr dia. flow rate dispense vol run/stop
syr dia (mm) mfr, size µL or mL/h µL or mL
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Syringe Diameter Entry
For automatic internal calibration, the syringe diameter must be entered. Once
entered the diameter is retained in .non-volatile memory and need not be entered
again unless the syringe used is changed. When a syringe diameter is changed, the
Volume and Rate settings are set to zero.
There are two methods of diameter entry.
• Internal library – Select TABLE from the main line menu. The table of syringes
is organized by manufacturer, then by glass or plastic, and then by size. Use the
arrow keys to scroll through the table and the select key to enter the correct
setting. First, scroll through the manufacturers and select the manufacturer of the
syringe used. The menu will next display either syringe type or syringe size. Again,
use the arrow keys to move through the table until the correct size is displayed.
Press the select key when the correct syringe size is displayed. This automatically
enters the internal syringe diameter.
See Table 1 on page 8 for the syringe library.
• Direct entry – From the main menu select DIA. The display will read “xx.xx mm”.
Use the arrow keys to display the measured internal diameter of the syringe in
millimeters and enter with the select key.
Changing the diameter clears the Volume and Rate settings, and the display will
now prompt for the new Volume setting.

Volume Entry
The Volume setting mode is selected from the main menu or is displayed
automatically after changing the diameter.
Display reads: xx.xx µL (Units µL or mL depend on syringe diameter entered.)
1. Use the arrow keys to enter the dispense volume required.
2. When the correct dispense volume is displayed, enter this number with the select
key.
NOTE: If no target dispense volume is required, enter volume = 0.0. The pump
will run at the set flow rate until stopped manually or a stall occurs.
3. After setting a Volume the menu prompts for the flow rate setting.
When the pump runs the actual dispensed volume will be displayed and will
increment until the set volume is reached, at which time the pump will stop
automatically.

Flow Rate Entry


RATE can be selected from the main menu or will be displayed automatically after the
Volume setting.
The display reads: Rate: X.X µL/h or X.X mL/h
Rate units are µL/h or mL/h, microliter or milliliter/hour, and are selected automatically
from the syringe diameter.
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1. Use the arrow keys to display the flow rate required.


2. Enter the rate with the select key.
3. If the rate entered is out of range, a message is displayed “Max Rate XX mL/h” To
continue enter a lower rate or select a larger syringe.
If a dispense volume was set, then the display will now change to “Volume : 0.0”
(automatic dispense mode).
When the pump runs, the actual dispensed volume is displayed and will
increment until the set volume is reached, at which time the pump will stop
automatically.
If no dispense volume is set the LCD displays the set flow rate, and, when running,
the directional indicator arrow pulses.

Starting the Pump


1. Press the run/stop key to start the pump. Press it again to stop the pump.
2. If the pump is stopped during a dispense, the volume accumulator is not cleared
and the dispense is paused. Restarting the pump with a second press of the run/
stop key continues the dispense to the target volume.

Power Failure Mode


When a dispense volume is set, a power interruption always stops the pump and
resets the volume dispense counter to zero. The pump remains stopped when power
is restored and displays either the Volume Setting (Pwr Stop mode) or “Power Failed”
flashing (Pwr Run mode). The pump can be restarted manually using the run or select
keys respectively.
When no dispense volume is selected, the Power Up run/stop option allows the
pump to either resume the dispense when the power returns or remain stopped but
display a message warning of the power failure.
1. Move the main menu to the right and select PWR UP.
2. The display reads Power Up Run (or STOP). Use the arrow keys to change
display and select the required option.
Run –After power is returned, the pump resumes normal operation. The display
flashes Power Failed to acknowledge a power interruption. Press Select to
display the Rate.
STOP–Pump does not run when power returns. The LCD displays the rate setting.

Change or Review Volume Setting While Running


While the pump is running it is possible to look at the volume and flow rate settings
without interrupting the operation of the pump. If required, the volume and flow rate
settings can be changed while the pump continues to run. When the changes are
entered, the pump immediately changes to the new settings.

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1. While operating, press select to return to the main menu.
2. Select Volume to display the set dispense volume. If no change is required press
select.
3. For a volume change use the arrow keys and press the select key to enter the
setting.
4. The display moves to RATE, permitting a change, if required. Press select if no
change is required, or use the arrow keys to change the setting. The select key
immediately changes to the new flow rate, and the volume display continues to
increment, uninterrupted to the new dispense setting.
NOTE: If the VOLUME is changed to a setting smaller than the volume already
dispensed, then the pump stops when the new, smaller dispense volume is
selected.

Change or Review Rate Setting While Running


1. Press select to change the volume accumulator display to the main menu.
2. Select RATE.
3. Make the rate changes (if required) and press select.
The pump immediately changes to the new flow rate and the display shows the
volume accumulation continuing, uninterrupted at the new rate.

Fast Forward
Press the run and the keys simultaneously to actuate the fast forward mode. The
pump travels at its maximum rate while both keys are pressed. If one key is de-
actuated the pump will stop and must be restarted with the run key.

Loading the Syringe


Syringe flange
Syringe clamp Pusher Block Travel

Withdraw syringe clamps Adjustable syringe rest

Withdraw Infusion
syringe Release button (1) syringe
holder holder

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To facilitate loading, the pusher block can be released from the lead screw.
1. Press the bronze button and manually move the pusher block along the guide
rods to accommodate the syringe.
2. First place the withdraw syringe in the withdraw syringe holder, using the spring
loaded retaining clamp to retain the syringe barrel in the V of the syringe holder.
3. Make sure the barrel flange is held firmly by the withdraw clamp and that the
adjusting screws on the withdraw clamp are firmly tightened.
4. While keeping the button firmly depressed, slide the block along the guide rods
so that the syringe plunger flange can be retained by the clamp on the pusher
block. Tighten the locking screws on the adjusted syringe clamp.
5. Loosen the locking screw on the Adjustable syringe rest and position the rest so
that the plunger of the loaded syringe is pressed firmly against the pusher block
and the syringe barrel flange is pressed up to the syringe rest.
6. The barrel of the loaded, infusion syringe should be clamped in the V of the
syringe holder with the spring loaded clamp.
7. Tighten the screw on the syringe rest to lock the rest in place on the guide rod.

NV RAM Failure
If the settings in the non-volatile memory become corrupted, the display will read “NV
RAM Failure,” and the pump will not operate.
To recover from this condition, the pump must be powered down and then turned
on again. This re-initializes the pump to its default settings. After re-initialization, the
pump can be programmed normally.

Power Selection
The pump is equipped with an internal voltage slector switch which is set at the
factory to the votage appropriate for the destination country. The votage setting is
indicated on the serial number label found on the rear panel.
FUSE 5x20mm, 250V, 0.1A (slow-blow)

MAINTENANCE
Maintenance is required only for the moving mechanical parts which should be kept
clean and lubricated. Occasionally, a little light machine oil should be applied to the
guide rods and a little grease or oil to the lead screw.
Surface cleaning may be performed on the pump by using a dampened cloth, taking
care that no excess cleaner be allowed to seep into the interior of the pump housing.
Do not use organic solvents..

Disposal
Do not dispose of this device with municipal waste — special
collection/disposal is required. The instrument may be returned to
WPI for proper recycling and disposal.
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APPENDIX A: REFERENCE TABLES
Table 1: Syringe Diameters
Air-Tite “All Plastic” Ranfac
1cc 4.70 mm 2 cc 9.12 mm
2.5 9.70 5 12.34
5.0 12.48 10 14.55
10 15.89 20 19.86
20 20.00 30 23.20
30 22.50 50 27.60
50 28.90
Becton Dickinson Scientific Glass Engineering
Interim, WW design, Plastipak SGE
1 cc 4.70 mm 25 µL 0.73 mm
3 8.59 50 1.03
5 11.99 100 1.46
10 14.48 250 2.30
20 19.05 500 3.26
30 21.59 1 mL 4.61mm
60 26.60 2.5 7.28
5 10.30
10 14.57
Becton Dickson
Glass — all types
0.5 cc 4.64 mm Sherwood - Monojet Plastic
1 4.64
2.5 8.66 1 cc 4.65 mm
5 11.86 3 0.94
10 14.34 6 12.70
20 19.13 12 15.90
30 22.70 20 20.40
60 28.60 35 23.80
50 26.60
Hamilton Terumo
1000-Series Gastight
10 µL 0.46 mm 1 cc 4.73mm
25 0.78 3 9.00
50 1.03 5 13.04
100 1.46 10 15.79
250 2.30 20 20.18
500 3.26 30 23.36
1 mL 4.61 mm 60 29.45
2.5 7.28
5 10.30
10 14.57
25 23.03
50 32.57

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Popper & Sons, Inc. Unimetrics


Perfektum glass Series 9000
0.25 3.45 mm 10 µL
0.46 mm
0.5 3.45 25 0.73
1 4.50 50 1.03
2 8.92 100 1.46
3 8.99 250 2.30
5 11.70 500 3.26
10 14.70 1000 4.61
20 19.58
30 22.70
50 29.00
Table 2: Standard Minimum & Maximum Flow Rates
Syringe size Minimum Maximum
10μl 0.2μl/h 126μl/h
25μl 0.2μl/h 318μl/h
50μl 0.4 μl/h 625μl/h
100μl 2.0μl/h 1274μl/h
250μl 2.0μl/h 3164 μl/h
500μl 4.0μl/h 6359μl/h
1ml 0.02ml/h 12.7ml/h
2.5ml 0.02ml/h 31.7ml/h
3ml 0.03ml/h 44.9ml/h
5ml 0.05ml/h 87.0ml/h
10ml 0.2ml/h 125ml/h
20ml 0.2ml/h 219ml/h
30ml 0.2ml/h 282ml/h
50/60ml 0.3 ml/h 426ml/h

SPECIFICATIONS
The 100 series pumps (including the SP100i, SP101i and SP120p) conform to the
following specifications:
Syringe Size 10µL to 15mL
Voltage Operating Range 95–130, 220–260V AC
Drive Mechanism microprocessor-controlled stepper motor (½ microstepping),
driving a lead screw through a belt and pulley drive
mechanism
Pusher Advance per Half Step 0.088µm
Minimum Stepping Rate one half-step in 30 seconds
Maximum Stepping Rate 400 half-steps/sec
Speed Range 12,000:1
Flow Rate Range 0.001μL/Min. (10μL syringe) to 0.602mL/min (50mL syringe)
Linear Force 20 lb min. ( 9 kg)
Dimensions 9 x 6 x 5 in. (23 x 15.25 x 13 cm)
Weight 5 lb (2 kg)
Power 115/230VAC, 50/60Hz, internal selector switch
Fuse 5x20mm, 250V, 0.1A

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

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WARRANTY
WPI (World Precision Instruments, Inc.) warrants to the original purchaser that this equipment, including
its components and parts, shall be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of
30 days* from the date of receipt. WPI’s obligation under this warranty shall be limited to repair or
replacement, at WPI’s option, of the equipment or defective components or parts upon receipt thereof
f.o.b. WPI, Sarasota, Florida U.S.A. Return of a repaired instrument shall be f.o.b. Sarasota.

The above warranty is contingent upon normal usage and does not cover products which have been
modified without WPI’s approval or which have been subjected to unusual physical or electrical stress
or on which the original identification marks have been removed or altered. The above warranty will not
apply if adjustment, repair or parts replacement is required because of accident, neglect, misuse, failure
of electric power, air conditioning, humidity control, or causes other than normal and ordinary usage.

To the extent that any of its equipment is furnished by a manufacturer other than WPI, the foregoing
warranty shall be applicable only to the extent of the warranty furnished by such other manufacturer.
This warranty will not apply to appearance terms, such as knobs, handles, dials or the like.

WPI makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied or statutory, including without limitation any
warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular purpose. WPI shall not be liable for any
damages, whether direct, indirect, special or consequential arising from a failure of this product to
operate in the manner desired by the user. WPI shall not be liable for any damage to data or property
that may be caused directly or indirectly by use of this product.

Claims and Returns


Inspect all shipments upon receipt. Missing cartons or obvious damage to cartons should be noted on
the delivery receipt before signing. Concealed loss or damage should be reported at once to the carrier
and an inspection requested. All claims for shortage or damage must be made within ten (10) days
after receipt of shipment. Claims for lost shipments must be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of
invoice or other notification of shipment. Please save damaged or pilfered cartons until claim is settled.
In some instances, photographic documentation may be required. Some items are time-sensitive; WPI
assumes no extended warranty or any liability for use beyond the date specified on the container

Do not return any goods to us without obtaining prior approval and instructions from our Returns
Department. Goods returned (unauthorized) by collect freight may be refused. Goods accepted for
restocking will be exchanged or credited to your WPI account. Goods returned which were ordered
by customers in error are subject to a 25% restocking charge. Equipment which was built as a special
order cannot be returned.

Repairs
Contact our Customer Service Department for assistance in the repair of apparatus. Do not return
goods until instructions have been received. Returned items must be securely packed to prevent
further damage in transit. The Customer is responsible for paying shipping expenses, including
adequate insurance on all items returned for repairs. Identification of the item(s) by model number,
name, as well as complete description of the difficulties experienced should be written on the repair
purchase order and on a tag attached to the item.

* Electrodes, batteries and other consumable parts are warranted for 30 days only from the date on which
the customer receives these items.

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